Scott E. Baird, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor
  • Ph.D. Molecular Biology, 1988, University of Connecticut
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1988-1990, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Research Assistant Professor, 1991-1994, University of Pittsburgh


Research Statement

Natural history, morphological evolution, and speciation genetics in the nematode genus Caenorhabditis.  In particular I am interested in develomental constraint and the evolution of adaptive gene complexes.  Recent projects include characterizations of nematode-isopod associations, the evolution of caudal papillae pattern in male nematodes, and characterizations of post-zygotic reproductive isolation mechanisms in various combinations of Caenorhabditis species.

Representative Publications

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